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FNPW 50th Anniversary Tour of Nilpena and the Flinders Ranges

To celebrate it’s 50th anniversary, FNPW has put together a truly unique geotour experience to Adelaide and the iconic Flinders Ranges, led by geotourism specialist, Angus M Robinson and celebrated Adnyamathanha tour guide Haydyn Bromley.


Tour Highlights

  • Exclusive briefing on the South Australia Museum’s Ediacaran fossils collection.
  • Visiting the Hans Heysen Art Collection at the Art Gallery of South Australia.
  • A visit to the Wadlata Outback Centre and the Australian Arid Lands Botanic Garden.
  • Accommodation at the Prairie Hotel with the Nilpena Station Ediacaran Fossil Tour and a Brachina Geotrail Tour.
  • Wilpena Pound Discovery Tour (wildlife, flora and indigenous sites).
  • Two nights accommodation at the acclaimed Rawnsley Park Station.
  • Vineyard tour and lunch at Taylors Wines, Clare Valley.
  • Final evening group dinner at The Adelaide Club with a guest speaker.
  • Five cooked breakfasts, four lunches and five dinners included.


Tour Dates: Saturday 9 October – Thursday 14 October 2021 


Tour Costs

$2,950 per person twin share. All land only tour costs included. 

This opportunity is limited to 18 people only so be quick and secure your place today!

Register your interest here or download a tour flyer here.

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